I understand how to create/open a sheet set so that I am able to do things such as add pages and subsets, modify properties, rename and renumber pages, etc. However, when I open the sheet set progrmatically, it does not show up as open in the sheet set manager. Is it possible to have an open sheet set display as one of the open sheet sets in the SSM?
Dim sheetSetManager AsIAcSmSheetSetMgr sheetSetManager =NewAcSmSheetSetMgr
Dim sheetSetDatabase AsAcSmDatabase sheetSetDatabase = sheetSetManager.CreateDatabase(myNewFile, myTemplate, True)
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Solved! by Chris.Picklesimer. See the answer in context.
Thanks! That does exactly what I need.
the only way I found is open Sheet Set in command line.
Here is example on C#:
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